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Apple yesterday posted a new support document and sent an email to its security mailing list noting that it is now requiring all OS X users to upgrade to the latest version of the Adobe Flash Player plug-in for Safari to address potential security vulnerabilities.

The company is blocking all older versions Adobe Flash Player prior to 16.0.0.305, and users with an out-of-date version of the plug-in will see messages like "Blocked plug-in" or "Flash out-of-date" when attempting to view Flash content within Safari before updating to the newest version.

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Following the discovery —and subsequent fix —of yet another critical Adobe Flash vulnerability last week, Apple activated its Web plug-in blocking capability for OS X Safari to protect Mac users from what Adobe describes as "limited, targeted attacks." Apple posted a support document to its website on Monday saying Flash versions older than 19.0.0.226, or 18.0.0.255 on older machines, are now actively restricted from running on OS X.

Safari users who receive a message about Flash being out of date can click the Download Flash button to upgrade to the latest version.

Last week Adobe issued a security advisory for Flash Player, indicating that version 21.0.0.242 and earlier had a critical vulnerability that could potentially cause a crash and allow an attacker to take control of the infected system. Apple today published a support document explaining that users with out-of-date versions of the Adobe Flash Player plug-ins will see a "Blocked plug-in," "Flash Security Alert," or "Flash out-of-date" message when attempting to view Flash content in Safari.

Plug-ins like Adobe Flash Player have long been an issue for Apple, requiring forced updates and security fixes to patch vulnerabilities.

Flash users can learn more about the security update and find download links to the latest version at Adobe's Security Bulletin page for this issue.

Apple has just updated the web plug-in blocking mechanism to disable all Flash Player versions prior to Flash Player 23.0.0.162 and 18.0.0.375, due to security issues identified in the older versions.